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SEPTEMBER a, iMi.
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Notice of anr events of tnterett trantnlrlnr on
the other Itlandt will always be thankfully received
for publication. Corretpondentt are requested to
append their tnie namet to all communication.,
that the writer It acting in good filth.
Two neat cottage are licing crccteil at the
foot of I'lincMsml, near the hetul of Alaimi
Our thanks are due purncr Dean of the
sicaimiiip siHirrvtia mr niea til rate nyuney ami
Mr. Ghas. N. ArnoM hat 'reeelvcil the1 ftp
Hinlmcnt of Chief Until Suen1tr for the
Islaml of Hawaii.
Mr. IjIminI Waller it liuililini; a meat mar
Let on the nukai side of Hotel street, lietween
I oit and Nmnnu.
Potly-lhree passengers salleil for San I'ran
Cisco hy thc Australia, and nine arrival from
the Colonlet liy thc same easel.
We understand lli.1t the King visited thc
(leaser Saloon at an early hour on Monday to
insect Mr. N'ollc's galling gun.
Messrs. A. W. Dullois and Ceo. II. Ilarton
left Honolulu liy thc l.ikelitt last Tuesday for
Maui, to make thc ascent of Haleakala.
Many of our business men arc taking, or ex
acting to take, n vacation many of thent on
the other islands and a few at the Coast.
A drain is licing dug along thc centre of Ka
ahumanu street, filial with loose hroken rock
ami coveted with a coating of cement.
An unusually large number of pcojilc at
tended thc band concert at Knnna Square on
Monday evening. Thc band never loses its
At Waihec, Maui, on thc 2lst till., a very
old native was butted from the top of a cliff by
a pet ram, and falling on the rocks Mow, was
Mr. II. A. I. Carter has been sent to Rus
sia, says the ministerial organ, to present His
Hawaiian Majesty's congratulations to the
Hussian Ciar, on thc occasion of his corona
tion. Ahem I
Mr. Isidor Itnscncrantt has returned from
an extended visit to thc windward islands of
thc group and now Intends to settle down in
IflOnnlillii finil ilft,it, fh tr.,t,-r tvirt r( !,!
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Imc to music teaching.
Late papers from Australia report Miss Annis
Montague and Mr. Chas. Turner with their
troupe playing "Mignon"at llrisliane to large
houses. They appear to lie as successful there
as they were at Sydney and Melbourne.
The first lot of stone to be used in the con
struction of the Anglican Cathedral, from Mr.
Camplicll's quarry, arrived last Saturday. It
is hoped that it will continue to arrive and
work soon commenced on thc building.
Mr. J. D. Sijong of San Francisco, a well
luiou - list, is expected to arrive in Honolulu
vmm 'liij family. Mr. Strong's specialty
is ortrait and figure alnting. Mrs. Strong
also has a reputation as an artist. They will
lie a welcome addition to our community.
Ijst Monday a dray partially loaded was
Kicked over thc wharf Into the harbor,
dragging the horse with it. With some diffi
culty, the horse was rescued with ropes from
the Consueh, and safely landed. A consider
able quantity of goods was damaged by the
Captain C. I- Dutton, who is making a tour
of thc islands in thc interests of thc Smithsonian
Institution at Washington, has made thc ascent
of Mauin Loa and Manna Kca on Hawaii, and
jaiII soon pay a visit to thc old crater of Hale
akala on Maui, this is a rich field for thc study
To-morrow- will lie Communion Sunday at
Kort Street Church. In the morning, the or
dinances of infant and adult liaptism, and the
Lord's Supper will be administered, and six
teen persons will lie admitted to church mem
liership. In thc evening, Mr. Cruian will
preach a sermon on "Govsip and Scandal."
Y Our reporter dropped into Mr. Furncaux's
Jr studio at the government building, the other
. day, anil was sorry to sec so many familiar
," volcanic scenes missing. These, we regret to
learn, were sent to thc States by the steamer.
"V few new pictures arc to lie seen, the most
interesting one being a slew of thc phenomenal
and famous green lake In luna, Hawaii.
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rJ The foundation of Mr. Wildcr's storehouse,
Xiwar the fool of Alakea street, is alout ctvni'"
plch-d. Thc entire building is In W tirade of
stone, thc comers ami iloor casings ot tiicsuM
blocks, and the remainder rough hewn stone.
W The rock from our local qlarries Is now licing
' '3 used very generously in Iftinolutu, Ukl makes
' Qj guosl, substantial liuildinpnatcrul.
An alarm was nini from thc fire tower last
Sunday forenoon ,nd thc engines were speedily
on their way toward the third ward, but for-
.tnitcly,lheir services, were not ncctleil. The
fire tMlrsMvcral 011 thc roof of Mr. Kamsey's
(lore on Hotel street, but was extinguished
with a few- bucketful, of water before any seri
ous damage resulted.
0- "liberty of the pre," sa) thc Supreme
Court of Louisiana, "is a term which imports
fieedom from any censorship out what shall lie
I poblidicd exemption from control in advance
over the diMcminilton of Mca$ by printing.
. One may lie mulcted in damages for what he has
V i 4ihcd, Iwt there U no authority that has the
'v'j,ight tV y what a nun shall or shall not publish
V tu.r.u.11 it.
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Or. J. Jit Smith, who left for thc Coast
by thc iwt'k has been appointed a Siecial
Commissioner tfiwocccd. to Washington lo
asaisl the llawaiUipVlnistCT in urging the
cause of Hawaii tn regard 'm (he Reciprocity
Treaty. Congress meets tn Dvwinlict, and
tlicuvion of the treaty will 1 bionl up
early In the wsaion.
A large crowd of pestle was on Ihc wharf
sn Sunday evening when the Australia tailed,
She carried a number of vvcngcr from llono-
Isdu, and il tcctucvl a If every friend of those
Waving was there to bid them good-bv
(Mtal Comly ami family were among the
passengers and were aunouiivletl by many
(fiend bo reluctantly bade Ihciu adieu when
Use Uu whUrie blew. The steamer tailed al
klC-'iat Bine and it was one of the niont quiet
Mai btsaiuUvd moonlight evenings common to
Iki jMwr, the harbor Uintj aa unoth as a
hMtefgUaiu wc soasu( slowly steamed
Thc Hawaiian Ouanl ere formally tils
Inrulcil last ni;ht.
Ttwinitht party of the Myrtle Sockl I'loli
was given latl Thumlay cwnlnj;.
licing cromtal for spMc III week, are
conielll to leave scleral cnntrllmlinnt owr
for oiir neat.
I There ill lie .111 !nirlaiil meeting of (lie
Imanl of ttlrttee (if the Queen's I lowpllal, next
We.lnevl.iy, til the Ch.in.Wr of Commerce
, 1 1 .
Mr, Will Carn, wholmtlieen in thc Islands
for abnut a )r and 11 Imlfat corrnKin(ent of
California and oilier npcr, especta to leave
for N'cw calami by the Cilr if Sydmy, due
Ihtj r. M.
Puring the riot and disorder that prevailed
at the time of the election of Kalakaua, we
Klleve llal lliete was Iml one Individual who
avallcl himself of Hit; prMretlnn a warvewel,
and that man was not a foreigner.
Mr. Wray Taylor will lestimc his free organ
recttnlt, at St. Andrews Church on (he 26 Inst
Thc series will consist of sis recitals, four of
vthlchwill represent the diflercnt schools of
otganpla)ing In order, at follows; Ijiglish,
American, Ccrman and French.
Thc regular monthly social at Fort Street
church on Thumlay c cnlng was well attended,
but thc facesof many luuiin.ii however, were
missing. One interesting feature of the even
ing was introduced by Miss I'rescotl, in the
shape of two admirably rendered recitations.
On Thursday a mare liclonging lo Captain
Nordliu'rg which had liccn sick but a short lime
died. On investigation it was found that sho
had liccn poisonevl, probably thc night licforc.
11 was a crurl, cowardly deed, and tie ierie
trator, if discovered, should lie severely pun
iihed. Thc following Is the programme for thc
Rind Concert at Knnna Square to-day at .tsjo
March Seilan. . , ltrf-er
Overture Itcliuiio Doniietli
ItjILid Mrar My 1'rajer WVIy
Selection 'the l.i layl of Fomprii PclrclU
VValtt .My rricnl dun..
Two.uick,pt ji;?n;:ll:,n! llcrKer
Thc publication of reminiscences of Hono
lulu, which were discontinued some months
ago, arc resumed this week at a most interest
ing period November, 1852 thc time of the
"sailor riots." Copies of the Saturiiav Tress
containg the first thirty-four numlicrs of the
scries can Ix; procurcc nt the publication office.
Through thc courcsy of the proprietors of
Ilic Cautlt, in allowing us the use of their
type, we arc enabled to present our readers
this week ill supplement form all of the
if ceches made al the dinner to Ccncral Comly
on the 241I1 inst. We published a iwrtion of
them last week, but thought it advisable to pre
sent all togctner, and republish them with the
Seven Hawaiian boys left by thc Aiistmtla
for thc Coast tit route to Ktirojic to pursue their
studici at thc places selected for them. Their
expenses arc iaid by the Government and they
arc to lie divided as follows; three go to thc
firm of Mirlecs& Tait, Glasgow, Scotland, to
become machinists; two go to Woolwich Mili
tary Academy, Kngland; one goes to Kngland
and one to thc United States to study medicine.
Thc election of officers of the Library and
Reading Room Avsociation, for the ensuing
)ear, took place last evening at their rooms,
with thc following result; S. II. Dole, Presi
dent; X. M. Scott, Vice-''resident; C. F.
Dillingham, Secretary; A. I Smith, Treas
urer. Directors, A. J. Cartwriuht. A. S.
Hartwcll, Dr. C. M. Hyde, A. Marqcs. Dr.
C. T. Kodgcrs W. Hill, II. It. HollUlor, II.
A. l'armalec, II. Waterhouse.
Commenting on the recent attempt in the
New- York city common council to vole $40,-
000 for a reception for some Siamese prince, a
city paper says: "No more getting drunk, if
)ou please, at thc public cxicnsc. The Gar
field funeral, thc Vorktown festival, even the
Kalakaua revel, were as much a disgrace as we
can well liear; and now logo it all over again,
Iiccausc a Siamese prince is coining, is a little
to much. We have had enough of this folly
On Monday evening last, the quitencs of thc
station-house was broken in upon by the en
trance of two foreigners. One of them, stepping
up to the counter addressed the man Mind,
with a "hick" and "hick, )cr 'onner, I
brought this man ycrc," winling to his compan
ion, Iiccausc he is a hick drunk, and hick
a nuiancc". " I think so too" replied the officer;
"he must lie locked up, and I will put jou in
with him lo stand guard." Our friend has .re
solved to refrain hereafter from gratuilusly per
forming poticc duties.
On Sunday last, almut noon, word came by
telephone to the station-house tliat a fracas of
some kind hail occuted on the plantation of
llecia. Officer Merhlcns was immediately dis
pafchcil to the scene of trouble, and returned
thc same evening with the report that it wax a
drunken row started between two brothers
(llawaiians) and propagated among thc South-Sea-Islanders.
Notwithstanding the fact that
Cane knives were used no one seems to be
much hurt. We are informed that like mtlstt
form a regular Sunday occurence in that vicin
ity, and that every lwdy else, licsidc thc author
ities, know where to gel oickhao, and thai it
costs $1.50 per bottle.
A very successful and enjoyable entertain
ment was given in thc church at llilo, under
the maiugement of thc Rev, W, II. Olcson,
princiul of the llilo Hoarding School, Augusl
19th. Thc attendance was good. Thc Misses
Austin, iroin i-aukaa, contributed much to
nuke the entertainment more enjoyable than it
would otherwise have U-cnz Paiuikou was
ably rcprcsenteil by Misses Cora and Alme
Hitchcock and Mrs. S. L. Coan; Waiakca was
well rcprcsenteil by Mr. C. C. Kennedy, who
sang one of his choice Scotch songs. There
were, two debuts. Mr. H. A. Hridges, formerly
of St. Louis, recited "A Hot Dayin St. Louis,"
a very amusing selection and well rendered.
The most laughable selection was that read by
Mr. W. Terry, entitled, " Utile Jakic Jones,"
which brougliLdown Ihc house. The original
(oem composed by Mrs. C. S. Kiltrcdge, read
by Rev, Mr. Olcson, was one of much met it.
Thc duett, "Two Merry Girls," was finely
rendered am) received great applause, as did
also the singing of "Yc Merry llirds." All
flections were good.
tV fiiday evening, the Wd ull . a ctv en-
joyabfV rty wa given at ihe residence of Mr.
Daw ct to Miss Comly, on the eve of her rc
turn to the Slates. A numlier of toung 1 tro
pic were present, and the hours passed most
plcasantl), until the lime aimed o depart,
when many united in eipresving their sorrow
at being called uw to repeat the sad word
"farewell." On .Saturday evening, a icception
and dancing iirly wis given uo Gen., Mu.
ami Miss Comly, a) the residence of Mrs.
Coney on Kichaid.i street. About, 12$ inula
lion were Issued, knd judging fiom the num.
b fa pio foouu, it would ucn that
every renpttni of an invitation was prc-tnt
The large arl'ir ami thc silting room, con
necti-M riy roMingiKmrs, wen imiiiaiuiyiigineii
ami tastefully deenratnl with ferns, evergreens,
ertrdt and iUrs. A mrne llamslrnti !! wa
drSHsl alutnt the mlrmr In the prtrlor, rnl In
the arehwuy letwern tire two rooms, two large
rtatja, one Ihwalran the oihr Atnertean, were
draped from the centre, falllnR In graceful folds
to tlw corners of the room, lire whole trtnkrnR
a most plettsint; elTwt. The riiis at tlitry ar
rived, were welcomed by tire genm! Imlext,
Mrs. Haalalra. After the greater number hail
arrived and mhI their repeeu to the General
ami wife, preparations were made for the dance,
and from nine o'clock until 1ml f past eleven, all
present engaged in dancing lo nirtaic lurnlshcsl
by Mr. Ik-rRer ami hit Ih))h- I!ach fjuesl, upon
leaving, wished the General and family .1 pleas
nnl s-oynge ami a safe treturn to their home in
It Wednesday evening, a meeting of yon rig
Amcrcnns and others was held at the rooms of
Pacific Hose Comny, for the turpiiae of
agreeing uiron some plan of demonslratlon, as
a welcome to U. S. Minister Daggett. The
lull ami stairway were filled to ovcrfiWing,
and there were many more In thc street who,
unfortunately, could not effect an entrance.
The meeting was called to order by Mr. N. O.
Murphy. Mr. J. G. Spencer was elected to
thc chair, and Geo. W, Stewart was chosen
secretary. Thc objects of she meeting were
briefly stated, and aftir some discussion n com
millcc of fifteen was apminteil lo take the
mailer in hand, being guided by the plan rec
ommended by Ihc meeting, and lo give notice
one week previous to the timcdctcriiiiiii.il uion
for having the demonstration. Thc following
named gentlemen compose Ihc committee,:
Ilrucc Cartwright, J. F. Drown, James II.
Castle, C. N. Arnold, C. R. Scarborough,
Chas. A. Jlrown, J. M. O.it, jr., J. K. Wise
man, Geo. C. Stratcmcvcr, C. II. Lldridgc,
Jno. A. Palmer, Geo. Ashley, Win. Ungcr.
Several plans were suggested, hut after each
had liccn discussed, It was recommended that
thc committee, who have Kiwcr to increase
their number and to enlarge upon their instruc
tions, if thought necessary, select, the time and
make all proper arrangements for a hearty
and unanimous welcome by all Americans to
their Representative. It is proioscd to hue a
reception first, where all can (represented to
thc Minister, after which a procession will es
cort him lo some spot selected for an open air
meeting, where an address of welcome will be
delivered, and at which all who wish to attend
may lie present. The details rest with the
committee, and nothing more can lie said at
present. The meeting was an enthusiastic one
and at S:3S p. tn. adjourned tint dit.
Mr. Hallcnbcck enjo)ed himself in Knhala,
and spoke of improved health and appetite.
He and Mr. Forbes continued their way
to llilo by thc l.iktlHt Wednesday A. M.
Another meeting, however, in thc same line,
will be held Friday evening, conducted 'by
Mr. Dyer, and on Sunday evening one will be
held principally for foreigners, in their church.
There has been a plenty of rain of late, w Idle
yet thc meetings have been favored by pleasant
evenings mostly.... Judge JohnVon ot Kohala
has received thc appointment to thc clerkship
of thc Police Court in Honolulu, and will
soon leave us. Good for him but unlucky
for Kohala. He has done well, we arc sor
ry to lose him; and as apKiinlccs to the
office now depend on thc Governess, wcwait
with some solicitude to know who comes
nest .... Kohala Plantation and Star Mill will
soon be starting up again to finish off the
jear's crop.,.. "Wednesday evening, August
2SU1, a meeting was held at the residence of
I' N. I))cr, Kohala, for thc purpose of or
ganizing a " Voung People's Christian Asso
ciation." A goodly number were present, and
spirit of determination for earnest work
seemed manifested, as one looked into thc
faces of those gathered on that evening. The
follow ing officers were chosen : President,
N. D)cr; vice-president, George I'aty;
secretary, Mivs C. L. Turner; treasurer, R.
H.Atkins; directors, also by virtue of iheiroflficc.
Directors elected by thc Association, Mrs. C.
S. McDuffcc and George Williams. ...August
24th, Rev. A. O. Forbes and Mr. M. L.
Hallcnback arrived at llilo. Services will
lie held in thc native (Ilaili) church in the
evenings for one wcek and each day in thc
foreign church a noon prayer meeting. On
the 31st of August they will go to Kauai
..The Ladies' Social Society gave an en
tertainment on Friday night, August 26th, at
thc Dramatic Hall, consisting of music, re
citations, etc, with a treat of ice-cream and
cake for 2e,cts. There were aliout one hun
dred present, and they were favored with a
delightful moonlight evening.... Hamakua
district has liccn favored with fine rains of
late, and planters are jubilant in consequence.
A J'EEl' IIKIIIND HIE SCENES.
The folloinz Idler, without date, picked up in the
street, and published vcrtutim, needs no comment from
His Enceu.kncy, J. I IIusii.DeakSik
I came to ece )ou this evening for Ihc purpose
of drawing vour attention In the Appropriation
Hill as published by thc '. C. Advertiur and
Cntttt. Vour Chief Clerk Mr. llasscngcr,
said that thc one who set up the bill in Ihc best
and clearest tve, and made the fewest errors
should have the job of printing thc same, on
cards for thc Department. I think thc '. C.
A. can lay claim to having done thc licst job
and trust we shall have it to do. I liavc left
the Gtiitltt and Advtrtiitr here ior ou to look
at, and sliall deem it a great favor if you will
instruct Mr. llasscngcr to let us have the work
to do. I should also like an article from )our
able pen for the Ktfe in answer to some things
in Awrflcvr and J'ui Ain.i )csterday.
mF.ll. II. IIAYSKI.IIKN.
a surroxrxc voice.
Kiiiiok Prkss. Tlurcire those who tell us
that foreigners degenerate in a tropical climate;
that it needs the tern,liracing air of a northern
w inter to sustain their moral manhood. The
reading of those speeches at the American din
ner relieves t ur mind on that point. 'Die forci
ble arguments the clear wisdom and purpose
displayed on that occasion, must cons Incc cv cry
reasonable man that w chase a right to main
tain a good government.
There may be a ditference of opinion in re
gard lb what that government should lie, whither
Hawaiian or of some other nationality. Itut it
must be apjiarent to all tliat II should be for the
people and not for the King. If His Majesty
lias the good sense to see this, long may he
leign. Hut if not, though he slioukl fill the
palace with soldiers ami the si reels with armed
men, it would only hasten the catastrophe.
A Kkilmmif tub Pfcortt.
GOSI'KI. MEETIXGS AT KOIIAL.I.
iililiok I'Rhv.; Umbers llallenlieck ami
Foil.es, with tlicir attendant helpers, have
come ami gone. Thc Spirit of God came with
them, ami though the) have departed, the
spirit graciously abides. Thc work has nuni
frstcxl itself in Ihe rcconsecration of professing
Christians and in a union of heart and cffoil,
though the meeting have also U-en powerful
for good in bringing sinners to rqs.-ntan.cv.
While i( is not our province to count Ihc su
cajlcd converts, it is ours to loot, fur fiuit from
this new union will) Christ; for "byllwir fruits
ve shall know them." The Hawaiian V. M.
C. A., oranIied sonic utumbs ago, las been
a powerful agest in the meetings fat inquiry,
and al In the meetings in sanuus parts of thc
ilistriit, under the nitrHres of thc associalmn
This htw spiritual life among foreigners of
lioth sexes haa crystalitcd no, rather, melted
into an organlwlton for Christian work and
mutual help, under the rwnw of " The Young
People's C'hrfatran Aaanelatron of Kohala,"
and under lire auspices of Imth these two or
gnnrtalfrms, vvtih tire licarty crMwratlon of the
tmttnra of Iwith chlirclrcii, tire work h lo lie
carried forward. Wir.NRW.
Knhala, August 2$, 1SS2.
QUESTWXS 71) A,VSIt'J!A
Kiiitok Prtrtas: When will it lie time
for the eople to make practical protest
gainst the outrageous squandering of niblic
money, and call stcpt stop I in n voice lh.it
will be heeded? MtrM the surging, irweltiiig
tide Of righteous Indignation in the hearts of
all honest men I cnlmetl and quieted for
ever by the diligent pouring on of the oil of
foilienranec ? Mutt those whose bmincss it
is to say "A'o"' 1 Inrwkcd end over end
liefore they come tn their senHt, anil know
that (here is an end lo patience I
Mnst those who liear the burden of the
taxes, those who know fiom experience the
reckless imp'rnvidencc of thc class of people
with whom Ihey deal, and who have so re
cently seen a new Illustration of It on a large
scale, stand quietly by to ec them alitorb
and sling about Ihis pnqicrly, this commod
ity like dust? Must those who develop a
country, make its wealth, insure Its pros
perity and independence, and contribute Ihc
major portion of its taxes, stand by to sec
them squandered by those who contribute but a
minor part and do not understand its value or
care, and whose spirit, perchance, Is to make
these others boar nil thc burden while they
themselves alone direct and enjoy thc benefit?
Is it true that this state of Ihinga cannot be
Is there a "ring" that in secret conclave
seeks to relieve this pin-head kingdom of its In
dependence ? Is there no jieacable remedy but
in legislation? And if so who should initiate a
movement? Should Ihcrc not from this very
lime forth lie set. on foot a grand, determined
concert of action from Hawaii to Niihau, that
shall culminate at the next polls, in thc election
of men, cither brown or while, who sliall bind
themselves, and whose character can be relied
upon.'to remedy this evil? Ii,
Kohala, Aug. 24, 1SS2.
" TJIE SPIRIT OF ',6."
KnnOR I'kkss: Having the honor to be
an American citizen and a native of good old
Huston, the cradle of liberty, I feel it my duly
to express to )ou my hearty approval of the
.sentiments expressed at the memorable dinner
of thc 24th inst., given in honor of General
Comly on Ihc eve of his departure from these
islands. Thc spirit of freedom seemed to per
vade the very atmosphere. Thc four walls of
the hall seemed to undergo successive transfer
mations, as the patriotic speeches recalled places
and events sacred to the heart of every true
American: the old "Green Dragon" on
Union street, lloslon. where thc noble patriots
of 1775 so often met in secret conference, ar
ranging for the memorable tea party ; the
" Liberty Tree," at thc junction of Washington
and lln)lston streets; l'anucl Hall, thc most
sacred sjiot known in American history. The
spirits that made these places sacred seemed
wafted across thc broad Pacific to the shores of
these beautiful isles, encouragcing America's
sons to take a firm stand against misrule, bid
dingthem never to forget that in whatever land
Ihcir lot may be cast, the principle of sound
government must lie, enjojned and that ill no
case will an advanced race submit to being mis
ruled by one less advanced.
With alt due respect to the missionaries
wno lanorco so ardently lor these poor,
conceited and slill ignorant llawaiians.
it must certainly lie seen by the acls of
the King and the apjsnintmcnt of a ministry
obnoxious to thc majority of foreigners and
natives ilike, together with thc silly acts of
thc Legislature, that these llawaiians arc not
ca)alilc of holding or maintaining a sound
government such as others arc willing to live
under; therefore it lichovcs the Kiwcrs that lie
lo sec to it quickly and right the recent bad
moves. The King and those llawaiians capa
ble of giving the matter serious thought, will
say, from their standpoint, " If thc foreigners
don't like our government, then let them leave
and go elsewhere." ltut thc King and all
who entertain such a notion must liear in
mind this inqiortant fact: Thc Americans,
English and Germans arc here, and they pro
pose to remain just as long as they may desire.
They arc here in sufficient numbers to warrant
Ihcm in claiming at least a respectable govern
ment and not a sham puppet show; further
they should not allow this state of thjng tn
continue any longer; anc demands should lie
111.1dc.to which this Government must accccd
or cfirtcd into compliance. W.
THE NATIVE PRESS.
HOW IS T1IF. r.OVKRNMKN'1?
We have before now- stated thc opinion of
one of the imlcjiendcnt members of the last
legislature, who was a pure II.1waii.1n, trus
ted alike by his own race and by Ihc foreign
ers, by reason of his truth and honesty. This
man man frankly staled li.s opinion that
the. arguments of (he representative would
not lie heard in thc House of Representa
tives. Said hi', it amounts tn the same whether
legislators are chosen or not. The represen
tatives have no voice in that house, said
he. 'Die votes are all decided ujnin liefyre
hand elsewhere outside of the house, and
it is a waste of Jinic for members to discuss
Ihe questions thai are bntught up licforc the
House. If the assertions made by Ihis friend
are true, then our legislative department is
indeed liccomc a worthless thing.
It is fitting that there should be heard in
our Hall o U-gislaturc 111c voice of every
independent member with no uncertain sound,
and not merely half of that body, and also
pot merely the voice of the Kiugj for thfl
House dues not ticking to the King. Thc
King has power as a sovereign; no one will
deny his prerogative. His hand and name
are necessary to ratify the work of the' legis
lature, and If he rifuscs to sign his name to
a bill which lu been voted, his authority
prevents it from becoming a lay. Hut to
thc choice of representative! and thc conduct
of the business of the legislative body, tliat
belongs solely to the cilirens through their
representatives and to the nobles. In en
lightened governments if any attempt were
made 10 usurp the legislative power of the.
commoners in the parliament, there would
quickly arise trouble, disturbance, disaster to
the country. Its-cause enlightened nations
wilt not consent to ! robbs.il of (heir soice
am) not lie able to ctptcst their will in r
garu to the anatri tliat concern their own
Whence come the rottenness of our mie-
M-ntativc system? This is Ihc an.wer. Unfit
jscrsons have been chosen to represent the
people in the U-giiUimc. What it ihe cause
of this foolish choice by thc multitude of these
mouthpieces? ! il due tn the joiplc's Ignorance
regarding Icgidairrc matters, ami their rightful
time in Ihe guvvrnweut?
Disaster will grow out of this to Hawaii,
and the end will la; thai the blessing of fjide-
prttJfwc will be lut to Hawaii if 1I1U crooks
HbU U not a4c atraigftL We hll t)n
by lie derided by other lands at thc govern
ment without law. If this constitution of the
Urol is set at naught by King, nobles and pen
pie, the foundation on which the government
rests will not stand.
Otic iwo foreign newsjiapers, the Jfamttian
GtMtff and the SATUTtuv Prkss are present
ing anme very powerful thoughts in regard tn
political matters and in regard to Ihc reckless
exendllnre of the jicople's money by thc gov
mount for meless objects. They are tier
foetly united in their opposition to all such
This Is lr;ie, because thoughtful jicoplc ec
that misfntlune will be the result (if such con
duct of Ihc government. People who have
real love for thc government and thc land arc
entirely opposed to these foolish actions. The
'. C AMrtiftr and the Et'.'t PmMu arc
merely serving their owner for bread and
butter. Shame on Ihc man and the news.
paticr that liclraya his own country! All thc
frlendaof Hawaii admire the featlesa stain1
that the I'.wiua is taking, in contending for
rights of the citlens. trciffwit
AWrt ddhrMtngingtothe Gtmrnmtnl sh.tU
fit sftnl mtlmit tfit rote of the ttgiihlnrt.
Those arc words which thc Minister of For
cign Affairs publicly uttered in one of his
speeches on a certain appropriation, while ad
dressing the I.esislaturc that has lately closed its
session, and wc ourselves heard him speak In
thc same manner) and for this reason, section
5 of the appropriation bill, relating lo transfer
ing money from one appropriation to another,
as was formerly done, was abrogated.
As a result of their explanation, themajotily
of thc Ixsgislalurc were persuaded to pa-thc
items of thc appropriation bill, not suspecting
that this was n device lo commit fraud, nnd
thai such was the Intention of Ihc ministers.
Hut now that the Igislaturc has departed, thc
Minister of 1-prclgn Affairs is wasting Ihc
money of the Government in direct violation of
his pledges before thc legislature.
I Ic has lately raised the salary of his son-in
law, thc secretary of the Hoard of Health, lo
$l,Scoa jcar, nnd he also gives him $500
every year for buying thc supplies for the lcicrs
amounting to $2,300 n year. This is much
greater titan thc payofthc clerks of the Interior
Department and of thc other departments, men
who arc kept at their work every day from
morning lo night, like day laborers.
Heretofore, the pay of thc Secretary of the
Hoard has been only $Joo; Hut when Gibson
conies to be minister, he choscs his son-in-law
as secretary, nnd immediately raises his salary
from a modest sum to an exorbitant figure, six
times as large. Is this an honest thing thc Pre
mier is now doing? No!
I lis newspapers arc full of hislmastingalioul
lus love of this race, of the land and thc kings
of Hawaii; but is his prodigality of public
money without thc vote of the Legislature one
of the indications of Gibson's true love? Ac
cording to our thinking, if Mr. Gibson had de
clared to the Legislature his intention to raise.
the salary of his son-in-law to$i,Sooa year,
he would not have found a single hand raised
to sustain him, especially when one would do
thc w ork for $500. a ) car.
During thc Wilder ministry, Gibson was
strongly opposed lo those in power who formed
as he said "a ring". Hut when Gilison in turn
comes into thc same office, it seems that lie also
has fallen into the same pit that he formerly
denounced, and now he is swallow ing his own
From these features of Gibson's actions and
from certain other secret deeds of his, it is cvi
deutlhat he is conducting thc Government on
lhu mncn get alyondwforjvursef. And it
wont be inapy days before the people will mourn
eyes full of tears, like the people of Palawai.
For thc aliovc reason, in our character as
leaders of thc people, and foreseeing thc dan
I per that is coming 011 us if Gibson continues to
be a cabinet minielu, we lift up our voices to
the people, that all the borders of Hawaii may
hear. Kite ti show jour love to Ihe land and
to your fellow men, and beg our kind hearted
King to turn .Mr. Gibson out of doors and to
dismiss Ihc notion that he (Gibson) is n good
It is with sorrow that wc ioint out again and
again to our race the ignorant and mistaken
policy of the Premier, Gibson, as follows:
First, I lis treacheously giving away part of
the crown lands;
Second, His striving to popularize rum drink
ing; Third, His plunging the country into debt;
Fourth, His stopping thc importation of
Portuguese laliorcrs, and encouraging thc im
portation of thc Chinese and Fast Indians with
cholera in their blood;
Fifth, His raising thc salary of thc Secretary
of thc Hoard of Health from $300, njcarto$i,
800. Iiccausc his son-in-law had been choshn
to fill the office;
Sixth, Iiccausc thc cabinet have taken away
the publication of the laws from the Saturday
Prkss, The A'notoa and The Tat Aina, after
an agreement had liccn made and a xirtion of
Ihc laws had ln-cn printed in those papers.
In this connection wc are reminded of the
law less actions of J. K. Hush, at thc time of thc
Moreno trouble, when he (J. IC. Hush) paid in
advance $5,000 to Gibson before thc Govern
ment printing had been done at Gibson's print
ing establishment; also of thc letters to friendly
governments laving representatives, requesting
these governments to remove their representa
tives from Hawaii, without previously inform
ing these commissioners of thc cliargcs made
againsUhcm, that thus they might tie enabled
to defend themselves, before their government.
For these numerous reasons at which the na
tion is now indignant and full of .anger, thc
people cannot bear to sec these cabinet minis
ters continue their loitering iu their p7esent
offices, prolonging their blind guidance of thc
ship of state.
LATE FOKEIGX XEH'S.
It Is not true thai Germany is adding to her
fleet of gunloalt.
The not at lleyrout was suppressed. A few
were wounded. Thc town is now quieting.
The Conference Powers will disperse as
soon as the Convention is signed Unseen
England and 1 urkcy.
Arab! is reixirted to lie vcrv stronelv en.
LoMliON. Aue. 14 The condition of af
fairs in Ireland arc decidedly Improvim:.
There it still some cscilement in America
over the arrest of suqiected Americans in Ire
LoNtiOV, Aug. 13. -The Turkish press has
ncen warncii not to comment on tnc delay tn
landing troops It limit.
I.0M1ON, Aug. 13. The removal of Haron
de Lcssctto from Ihe presidency of the Suez
Canal Company is proisablc, and it is likely
that he will lie succeeded cither by the present
l.'nglith consul-general. Sir IU ILMalet, C. R,
or the llritlsh vice-consul, Mr. Raphael llorg.
The latest news received by the A'aaUui
on Thursday, the 31st inst, may be aummeU
up as follows: There is tittle of imixirlancc
from I'gypt, Arab) Pasha still maintains a hos
tile altitude, 1 he Sultan lias ordered hit sur
render but the Mussulman priests sustain hit
course. A few skirmishes but no engagements
ruvc ua.cn puce.
The Attache In. I tuts, in Ariiowa, are stilt on
the war-path, Iwt have' met with two or three
uVfratt from American ami Mevican lrixi.
The wildivm of Imlh otnlll crtsssol the in.
Itrnjiiotwl bounslry line whim nccasary In
dillossint; uii live IttJiarw.
In IVih. in uiv
ih. in Miusc ilUtricts. the ihhh4c hase
rvWIIcsl agalntt (Ik - ofthc Lliilwn auM.
iVry, awl nioic InsH )avc lxi soul to Lima
Ttvc fehlUiin VsststiMn Jlvn atvi Ciuea ut
not fiis-ii.il)', Tlwre I Miy l the lams'.
tv UJ ijiik i.Jii. ..-uiU-rs.urL..I
a sv"jsuw-w -'-ssssiB tr sitTsrsv sss i s se-sv-sir a vin t
iW Kh ttt Uaetea. Slt.
Miss perry school will re-open on Monday Sepl
"ih ioj 11
ladles anj (lenttcmefl vititinff San Franrlstss wilt
ftml very UesiraUe I urntshcil Koomt Kn Suit and Sin
gle at No. it; .Montgomery Si , Comer Hush. Mr
t. Honey, formerly of Honolulu.
The neet term of Oahn Cnltere will Uoln on Weil.
nesdjiy, Septemt-er fith ht-aminalton of Candidates
10c aiimittton on .Monday, ptemtcr ilh, IMi,
V. I. JONKS.
A quarterly meetlnj of the llurd of 'lrmteeSof the
Queen t llotpital will he held at Ihe OwnUVr of Chm
metre Konms. on We.tnrs.lav Nest, SetsemWr (rli.
at 11 AM. IVr Order K ,. SCIlAKF f.K,
let-it t Semtary
. In hehalf of the fatherlett children of the tile (ieoeire
A lleuston, I ilesire to etprett IhanVi to Ihe mrmhrra
m I'Mitre le rroqrcs tie lUteanie, fne Hie rnnsMtrAte
assistance rendered l.y them ilnrine air. 1 1 -t last illness.
f.kOKOr. II LOt.ltV.
Ily the .yM and AWJ.i we have teceived I.VKOH
AUDI 1 IONS lo our .lock of
FURNITURE IN EVERY LINE !
And we are selling
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
Vt'ealw MANUF'ACI UKF. to order
(of every Vind,)
Lounges and Bed Lounges
nude to order.
I'liirifievrr run Jutve thrir cfiotcr of
COVERINGS IN SII.K OR PLAIN RKP1
. P. ADAMS, Agont.
Tclepltone Na 72.
COMETHING NEW I
J. WILLIAMS fie Co.,
Having purchased the Photograph GaUery of Mr, M,
DiclvMHi, y, ill continue the btuinevt at the old otand.
Ily I.NLKi:AM-.ll l-'AUU.iriKS and em
iJoting riRSTCI-XSij AUTlS'l'S, uc
Kiall endeavor tt inaintain;thcrcttij;e
of the old and popular Gallery,
and to merit a liberal tutron-
age by fair dcating aqd
GIVEN TO CHILDREN,
We arc prepared to do all kinds of ssork from Minia
ture 10 me sue cither in
WAT F:K COLORS,
'the only Gallery In Honolulu, which has a complete
In addition to lhoe purchate.1 of Mr. T)ULion, vit
luvctlte entire collection U VJKW.S aiul roctrait
Negative rrutVo by Mr, Cliatsc, thai enabling
u to offer the great eu aicty In view.
AND LAVA FlaOW VIEWS,
Alio, a tupply pf Hawaiian and South Sea lUami cur
iotitict, fm, Shellt, Ac. A fuw ktockt I'ramea,
Matt, and t'.uciartouti coiutamly on lurul.
CUaryr iteamamtbte ami HuthfttttloM
Give us ft cftlL J. Willuxa 8c Co.
KumUn i pa and, 104 Kort Street,
pLAKTKR'S LINK FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
llUKU'Ell d Co., Agent,
MerclundiHi leceit td Siorago Free, and liberal caJi
aJtancet nmle 00 hiMiieiut by thU tine
TKI FOR SALE.
THE nu'w XIXITO,
llasirtf undefEorie cstesisise repairs, with a tauti In-
scntory. and well
now cisTercit foe sale.
II round tu rsalh. Khwines. esc.
Fsa- I'anicuLars irviutfe of
HAWAIIAN INVESTUKifl" ANI AGENCY
MOXEl' MAX Kit
On llitr class secnriiica, sot- Lsna; or shsel irkJs.
Apply u W. U OKKLN, Maaafsr r. M.
OnVe Queea Street, ovtr ti. W MasfarUist . Cu.8tf
No. il Nvvasiii Sraaar, lloaoccu, 11, .,
I'liullrul Vlumkersi, Uut-jUter
ankutar iiceukie catd In IsW rVtriaf ssu of lb
W g'1 - ! ,1 I I I
llurL Sraaar, Mostanir, M. L.
IK AT Hit IX f.ADIKH' AMI
UtmrrfUHM uutt Gutter,
Try M , a paanaaai ysst sH be stsre
a m. - - T ma -- . . m.. i.a
'TS ... . w. orsw. ita
W. MACFARLANE S Co.,
OfTer for te
Ihe Mlos.tii(t MF'.UCIIANniSF'.aml MACIIINFJUV
lust rerelteil per llriilih Iwik 0!en ami lo
arrlee f llansa, now fully due, cosea
H, r, a, and 9 ft. test llnjlkh
0ilvai.Tm. HMtttriat f ume.
ItlllA best Htijlish rOrUL.Nn CKMF1NT,
Annealed Fencing- Wire, '
Net 1, t anil o.
English Galvanized Fcnciiifj Wire,
No. $ and 6,
Coils Galvanized Wire Rope nil sizes,
Of which ihere it n numWr of cut litest
imitations In the market.
We are ihe original Impottert nnd SOIX AOI'.NIS
of these llaet, and the treat demand for Ihem
from the Planters hat induced some
manufacturers and their aiientt
toge! up a cheap ilnita.
tiuu of them.
A fine assortment of
A 1iK.itl niurlnifnt of KtitfliO, aru) Krttich
will lie gisen on arrival of the steamship llansa.
a small invoice of
and Cambric H'dkfs
DIRECT FROM IRELAND.
r small Invoice of choice WAT K Ft COLORS by eel
etrated artists. AUi to nrriie l,y sesiel now load
ing at r.Uviw, a CAST IRON VACUUM
PAN 6 feel draw and T feet deep ; t Va-
cuuow-unipinc; r.ncine 14 men cjl-
roke ; ;
I ta inch ttrol
WROUGHT IRON TANKS,
Lixli into cat, cajiacity ; i wrought Iron Chimney, 65
feet high, 37 inches, diameter, $ inch thick; 1
Muhmibuljr I toiler, 10 feet long, 6 feet diame
ter, with furnace front, doors, etc., com
I'lete; four 30 inch WeMon't Patent
Self-bah nc ing KuFe tided Sugar
with the require independent Iron framing
iron ouar iMixer, 01 2000 lua catMCtty
driving ge.ir,etc.; a hijh-tiresvure Dtagonil
Steam Engine, 6 inch cylinder, 18 inch
ttroke, with governor, tlywhecl and
belting for driving centrifugal;
3 wrought iron
DKAVAOK NOIICr.l TIIK UNDIHSIONED
lgs to notify diS many good Mends and custom
ers that Mr, N. I'FVI F'.KSON has charge ofdis dray
age business, and that he u ill 1 rtleascd lo accommo
date lhin in thai line with Tlis Rest TKASIS on TIIK
Hkacii. Rimr un 'leleithone No. ubni sou sinl
leauis, ur leave urueraai llie sjllice on Ijuecii street
between Wilder'a and Dousell's. Don't forget I In
nuiiiKr. 05. 1;
KIO FOR SALR. TIIK Ilk If. NINIIH
ravine undergone exteiiMe retrain, with a vix in
cntory, and well found In JiaiU, Kiging, Ac, U now
"flVred for ikIe. For lurticuUrt imiuire of
A I ! I O'l SHIHsilf
, jt v.rir.1 n iMs.il 1 .
pRENCH CONSULATE, HONOLULU.
Xutirv lo Ihe Trmlr.
TIIF: PlIKNISIIIKO OK FRK.SH IIOICHFIR'S
Meat and lite stock. Osso. Sheen. I'iets. IVr ilie iiu- nf
.1 :. i.r.L' '- "." : ; .:
,,N ku, i.ayuuitu ui inosc irixani); allowances in ratce.
ta as well aa for thc iromiomllk oj llie fleet and ho,i
Uss, during the leriod llccn ihis, 1st of May 8SJ,
and Ihc aist of lleccmLcr 188, wilt De lyut ut. to cott;
itaci puuuciy, 011 scavcii tenders, on lite gilt ut la
1881 al a o'esock is. in. in Ihe ollice of ihe OR IK)
ir.UK.al I'Arr.l-.lA. Iceconclilion 01 said contract
ate deHm:ed al Ihe Nfike of the French Conscl heie;
is nerc irsoiit ilesirous to lender can consult tliein.
OAMUEL AND ALBERT DRAY,
No. 4. MkkCIUNl- SmT, HllNOLl'l.T, II I.,
(nntisliic s Alum's limit)
V US T O M II O O T A X It Sli O K
rl.Ml tviir V Liu, tf U.l.n. .1.,.. ulil. .....
ness an.1 dliatcd.
ID Iron Sit;
AND MAST HOOPS. PAH'.NI"
latuied llkKks. Mclatlic Iron slrar,i,l
'alenl liushluir. Plain llusliini?. a full awm.
went oTsics. For sale l,y UOLLFIS A CO.
MX)URt FI.OURI ILOURi COI.DKN OATF;
Kalra Family F'lour iter FUbkaua. Fee sale Ly
IKII.I.1US & CO.
SALIFORNIA 1'IG FORK IN t-8, . ANI) it
j larreli is-r Kalakaua. F'or sale by
UOI.I.KS & CO.
MANIL CIOAKS, AN INVOICKOF' FINK
Manila Cigars, ?y In lox, a fine ankle, and
( n insolec of UlaniU Ciifars, yu in bui. Just
received from Manila direct, and guaranteed lo Le the
Kciuiwe ankle. Fur sale hy IIOI.I.I..S h CO.
TF.A. 1Fw, A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
laiancse and Chinese 'leas, of vurlou. i-rs,l s(ul
qualities, tnduillitie some suticrior '1 eas. F'or ute by
iiui.i.r.is At tu.
PACIFIC RsJIIIIKR I'Alrsjr. A FULL ASSORT
useiil of this celebrated lins iu ), atxl 5 (alton
lockages, all thc desirable slides luwl tsjtot v
F'ur sale by ilotlea tc Co.
JI'KKM 01 U 'HIE OENUINF: ARTICLE,
J strained, etc, In perfect order. For sale by
Bolles k Co.
TTEMP CORDARFf AN'I) HOLT UOI'F!. AM
Jl. assuniueui of sires from K inch la I inch : alsa
iiun)arn, acum, Kallul. Iloustline, aiarliiM. Koursd.
nt. etc. For sale by Bolles A Co.
To amiva eaa LiUji Lamf,
IK FJNU MULISH,
Foe sal by
C, Brewer Co.
ORTGACEE'S NOTICE of SALE
BV DIRECTION OF S1EPIIEN SI'CNfEK
ike lloelf a,cc aanMid lis a tcrlatis trsicsaut U awel-
,st. dud HeceeaLer kh I;C, muuU bv Kiow
IUjI. la uid Stephen Sputter. I am duett.
ed s seal aa public auctuai oa
HHPTtCMHKK Itt, JHH'J,
at ssy ulce rssw,'l lb riaJn, list asj tateresa
c Ms see, rssisso tsaaJ so aatd
to ltut t seta In pts of Lease! tttsssud ut
Aed tw lenimliijy Asisaiteitt Us KayaJ t"lu
K. P, AJyAUS. aasesLMw
si;i'ri:Miu:it nth, issv,
A to n'clsscV, a m ,
At the residence of O, S. CUMMINCS,
Comer F'wl and Itetttanls Siretts thetntite
In fsvit as fsllmes
1 Tntk lmte. Mk. . luik Quits, rVIV,
Imk llmrs. fotdinc, Crwn4er)er, Wajaoi
Centre lableN I'ersUn Kura. I.lwsfeinn Mat
rhvei Hair O.'lh I nontje, Itlacl. Wadnit Hat
... . Rack, lhtoro.it and Steel llnewretnga. 11
iviniii ami .staple imimnm "ets llUev
Walnut Chetronier, lllack Walnut Ikttk
Casta, lllack Walmit-Skle Hoard, Maille T011,
lllatk W.ilmil I iltrHran Dining latle,
HUck Walnut llinlna trrtitl.
rs lilacVwaliwn Hls wtih Nlanressei,
!. aianresssi. feather isikwn, Cedar
Vardrotft. Sineer jscwina. M.f,in m.01.
Water I'onet Atachment, Larre Oil Store
ith F'litures, One XV'aiet Flhn. Cro
llotte. 1 Douhle larrlmre. . Ilarmnsn. One
"inuerators, Micnen r utnuure, One
n nay (.utter, jt
Different Kindt, all
Sngcrt or Whislloi'
iiimi in one Case, ti
Chtnse Hints, either
JD EGULAR CASH SALE.
ai s.lf:suoom frioav,
AT io a si
Ik I'. ADAMS. Aucilpneer
'INAU CLOSING SAUR
AT AUCI ION, RIlAt, nSfATK
Of JAMCS a IXMON. deceased My order of
II. R. Macfailane, adcninlslrator, I am in
structed 10 scllat public auction,
FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1882,
At 10 o'clock, A M ,
Al II Commercisl Hotel lldliard I'arliira and Saloon,
A 4PI.I.NIMII COl.Ur.CII0N OF-
Orh.iniriil.il r.lasa Jats and Vases, Silver ,lated ruth
ettand Ice Ju an elegant avsortment (com
pltle,)cif ll,e I INKSI
Silvcr-Platcd Bar Furniture
One pair Silver Dated Hot Water Urm, I pair Silver
I'laled Class I mil Dishes, I'liteil llrink Mia
ers, Strainers anil S)rup Cups, a fine
Sleel tlniiravings ami Views, Marble lop Tables, four
light Chandeliers, Side Ijunpi, i line Calendar
and Musical Clock, i black walnut Maible lop and
MiirorSidelsurdl, a black Walnut Houk-
cases, glass cased, 7 Vienna Cane and
bent wood Chairs, black Walnut
Centie Table, Hedwopd Cen-
lle Table, larfie gilt oval
Glass Showcases, Cruet Stands,
Ice Chest, Door Mats, assortment of Spilloons, Chess,
CtibbaKe, Chess and Draughtsmen,
At liiM.wlll poaltivolj- lin aoltl
Pour of ihe finest IUI.I.IARD TAIILUS in Honolulu,
with every thing complete and In good order, also,
after the above, will be sold, in the basement
of the Hotel,
I Vtriiltilit I'otil Tnlilr,
I liitrrhutltinnl ToMe,
I nriliMi 1'irhe,
li'17i Jlnll, Curt, etr,?;rtr., etc,
Ililliard Table Lamps, Ilracket Lamps, Clocks, assorted
liar OuTrs, i fine McNeil and Uihnii Safe
cost S580 a fine assorliTicnt of
CIIAMAIGNCS- , j
Balance of Slock. '
And a larce lot of other articles'
loo multifaiious to particulariie rurtlcutars to be siren
in futuie poitcts.
Intending purchasers can vieie the whole of ihe
abgte el any lime by calling at Ihe Hwel. and any one
on the other Islands can send orders down 10 purchase,
with confidence, as the sale is positive and without
The whole of ihe about described utieJcs aia In
splendid order, and this Sale olfsrs ihe finest
opiKjrtunity for these wishine.
to make bargains.
E. I'. ADAMS, Auctioneer
1TALUABLB LAND IN
In Nuuanu Valley,
ON SATURDAY SEPT 0, 188K,
At ii o'clock noon.
Al my uUs.ro.iin, all that fine tract of,land known at
ihe II.I OF KAIIAPAAKAI, situated in'Nuu.
anuValle), three miles from Kinbtleet, con-
t.linItllT SS in.l 'II.!. I.n.l C.ma a.. K.....
j ... .... ,.,. ,,U.I,BV,I . 1,14-
aim Goverrnnent Road, and is well
fenced i it has on il a new liousc,
CON'TAININO FOUR ROOMS
aiutajarfe lofi with tongucd and grooved llooiinj
I ills perfect anil iiuaraiiiced. F'cr further
paiiicuiars apply 10 K, r. Ilicketton
aiercnant Mieel, cr
K. P. AUAMS, Auciloiieer
ue of tema'l of ihc
Kals rs, we propose lo
Monthly sales Of Stock,
IIoksh CsTTtr, Mtiiu, CaMUt.s, .. etc.,
am sliall be kUI lo receive cunlfnraerits froiu
all ditt of (lie Ishtods, pioraiiinj faitbfiU-ai,
tentton to Ihe interests of coatic nees and
Our FIRST SALE will beheld an
SulunUitr, September II, IHH'4,
al it o'clock, noon, at IJOMI'S STABLES,
when we will sell sit
Flue VHvrtiigc Hortre, (well broken),''
41 SeuUlle Home,
41 Ejcprr H'uoh$,
IluuUe HariKties, SinU llirussit, uc
Terras CASII-ui tU fall U the hamsaer. .
'oi E. I'. ADAMg, Auctkeuar.
GUARDIAN'S SALE OF, RIAL
BY VlkTUE OK AN ORDER Or,
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